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Elect Sally Clark for Seattle City Council

"Sally has been our champion to the poor and vulnerable woman, children and families in our community and has been instrumental in helping us provide them with a home! She threw us a life ring when no one else would."

- Marty Hartman, Director,
Mary's Place - A day shelter for homeless women and their children

Thank you for checking out my campaign website. As we head into the 2015 elections you’ll find updates here from time to time about my policy initiatives, campaign events, and how to be involved.

It’s a great honor to serve Seattle through City Council. I’ve been honored to work on your behalf and hope to earn your support again as I work to win in 2015. I’ll be running for one of two city-wide seats on the Council.

I look forward to making real progress on moving more Seattleites into living wage jobs, ensuring that no one has to sleep on our streets, and that when we spend our tax dollars we do it with the greatest efficiency and impact.

I truly believe that local government can solve the problems we face as a city and chart a path forward that’s great for us, our neighborhoods, and our future.
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Sally Clark Photo: I helped unveil round two of the StoreFronts Seattle program, which provides artists an opportunity to show their work in vacant storefronts in Pioneer Square, the International District and, soon, other neighborhoods.

I helped unveil round two of the StoreFronts Seattle program, which provides artists an opportunity to show their work in vacant storefronts in Pioneer Square, the International District and, soon, other neighborhoods.

Facilitating positive growth in Seattle

I’ve worked to toughen the rules to curb mega houses that dwarf neighbors in single-family areas; make it easier to remove derelict or blight homes; and enact sweeping changes to improve housing design and sustainability in low-scale multi-family housing areas. I’m a big believer in community-driven neighborhood planning.

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Sally Clark Photo: Niece Esme was a trooper at the West Seattle parade.

Niece Esme was a trooper at the West Seattle parade.